Josh Milan | East Stroudsburg Pa / NYC
DJ, Radio DJ, Artist, Label Owner, Remixer, Producer, Promoter
Josh runs his label Honeycomb Music
Josh has a radioshow every Sunday on mi-soul.com at 4pm EST (9pm UK) and every Monday at 12pm EST (5pm UK).
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Joshua Alexander Milan, is a Grammy Award-nominated multi-instrumentalist, producer and CEO of Honeycomb Music, LLC. With a career spanning over 30 years as both a founding member of the iconic house music group Blaze and now Honeycomb Music label owner and solo artist, Joshua affectionately known as Josh has positioned himself as one of the most influential virtuosos in the contemporary dance music industry.
With roots in gospel music, his journey into the world of music was innately divine. It is from this spiritual base that he approaches each project with a level of authenticity and originality rarely found in contemporary music.
Josh Milan’s repertoire spans the spectrum of musical genres. Performing most recently in Ibiza, Cuba, South Africa, Croatia and Brussels, he has gleaned from his international travels and allowed these experiences to be infused in his music. These influences have brought him into the studio with such artists as Grammy-nominated South African trumpeter Hugh Masekela, Grammy Award-winning R&B, Pop and Jazz vocalist Patti Austin, Andy Narell, and Lisa Fischer to name a few. Josh has also provided remixes on multiple chart-topping dance classics for such artists as Diana Ross, Lisa Stansfield, Babyface, El DeBarge and Jody Watley. His discography boasts of songwriting, vocal and production work on such labels as Motown, BBE, King Street, Vega Records, Defected and MAW.
The 2018 release of 6.9.69 marked a pivotal point in Josh’s career as he ventured out as a solo artist on his own label Honeycomb Music with his first full-length album. A solid collection of self- penned originals and covers of such classics as Blackbird (Beatles), I Wish You Well (Bill Withers), The Bottle (Gil Scott Heron) and Sweet Little Girl (Stevie Wonder), this two-disc project still only scratches the surface of Josh’s creative prowess.